Logan via Hays

We went up to Logan, Kansas on Monday, after spending the weekend in Hays. We had a leisurely, enjoyable drive up to Hays, taking back roads most of the way. We were rewarded with some good photo opportunities!

Galatia grain

Overflow grain stored outside the elevators in Galatia.
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Holy Cross Church

Holy Cross Church, Pfeifer, Kansas. Pfeifer was founded in 1876 by German immigrants from Russia.
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buffalo roam

The first evening we drove to the hill country southwest of Hays for sunset, and had the good fortune to spy some buffalo (American bison) backlit by the setting sun.
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The next day went to the Sternberg Museum and took a few photos. A few are shown below and you can view the rest at my Sternberg Museum Flickr set.

wooly mammoth

Fossilized wooly mammoth guards the entry to the museum.
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giant beaver fossil

This giant beaver could take out a few trees.
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fossilized fish sabre-tooth wildcat

A fossilized fish and a sabre-tooth wildcat.
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fossilized jellyfish

These fossilized jellyfish were simply amazing to look at. There were dozens of them on displayed on a fairly large (2-3 feet square) slab.
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Sternberg Museum

View of the museum showing the famous Fish in a Fish display.
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And the reason we went to Logan was to help our friends at the Redbarn Studio pack up a traveling exhibition of Lester Raymer artwork that had been on display at the Hansen Museum the past couple of months.

Raymer artwork
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Hansen Museum
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November 16th, 2005|Categories: Photography, Travel|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Mark Mascolino November 19, 2005 at 11:46 pm

    Very nice photos, espacially the first three. Great composition, vibrant colors and interesting subjects.

  2. Anonymous August 23, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    Very nice, but the “fossilized jellyfish” are actually crinoids, an extinct animal related to starfish.

    • Anonymous Joe September 28, 2013 at 11:26 pm

      The nectic crinoids that you labeled “jellyfish” are now extinct but crinoids still exist in the deep ocean today.

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